Netflix’s Midnight Mass: Everything to Know About Mike Flanagan’s New Horror Series

It is time to celebrate Halloween early as The Haunting of Hill House creator Mike Flanagan brings us another supernatural horror series on Netflix titled Midnight Mass. With the immense success of his previous Netflix series, fans are expecting no less from Flanagan this time to put on a spell. The series is going to be seven episodes long, so we are all pulling up our socks because the horror aspects of the show can knock it off!

If you are a fan of the horror genre, you are going to enjoy the upcoming Netflix horror Midnight Mass. Here is everything you need to know about the show to gear up.

Midnight Mass: Who are we going to see?

We are going to see the return of a known face alongside Mike Flanagan i.e., his wife Kate Siegel. Kate and Mike have been married since 2016 and have done many renowned projects together such as Gerald’s Game, Oculus, Hush. She was a major character both in The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor. In the upcoming Netflix project, she is going to play the character of Erin Greene and we are expecting that it is once again a key character.

Apart from Siegel, we have Friday Night Lights star Zach Gilford who will play the role of Riley Flynn and Hamish Linklater as Father Paul. The other supporting cast members include Kristin Lehman, Samantha Sloyan, Igby Rigney, Rahul Kohli and several others.

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Midnight Mass: What is the story going to be about?

The Midnight Mass trailer description on Netflix’s YouTube channel reads, “This little island, so sleepy it might be dead. The isolated community on Crockett Island experiences miraculous events – and frightening omens – following the arrival of a charismatic, mysterious young priest.”

Through the trailer, we can understand how an isolated community cracks when Zach Gilford’s Riley Flynn and Hamish Linklater’s Father Paul set their foot back on the island. This soon gives rise to a series of unexplained but godly events that take hold of the community. However, for every piece of miracle is there a price to pay?

The trailer ends with asking us: Be Not Afraid

Netflix has also released the titles for every episode and they sync in with the known catholic believes.

Watch the trailer for Midnight Mass below:

Midnight Mass will release on Netflix on September 24, 2021.

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